Construction & Infrastructure
Construction and infrastructure projects, regardless of size, present an array of unique risks across each stage of the project lifecycle.
Work conditions on construction sites are of a particularly high-risk due to their dynamic nature. Strict legislation exists to protect the safety of workers and surrounding public, calling for due diligence around acquisition of property, environmental considerations, and health and safety responsibilities.
Greencap delivers tailored services to clients through each stage of a project including:
- Planning and Strategy Development
- Resourcing and Procurement
- Execution and Construction
- Ongoing Operations and Maintenance
- Demolition and Decommissioning
The discovery of unexpected contaminants like asbestos, soil and groundwater pollutants, concerns with dust, and boundary noise can pose significant health risks and impact on project timelines, contributing to additional costs and time delays.
To prevent injury and illness, and to avoid legal ramifications of neglect from poor site management, one important control measure is workforce training, including:
- Asbestos awareness
- Emergency management
- Environmental awareness
- Infection prevention in healthcare construction
- Induction / Contractor management
It is a WHS obligation to ensure that contractors and subcontractors are working in a safe environment, and that they are implementing safe work practices on site. Having a suitable safety management system and carrying out risk assessments are fundamental to WHS legislation.
Over the past 30+ years, Greencap has built up a robust capability, working with a wide variety of clients and partners, making it a leading construction and infrastructure risk management provider.
Construction & Infrastructure Risk Management Services
Asbestos & Hazardous Materials
Contractor Safety Management
Fire Safety & Compliance
Health & Safety Management
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